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19th Sep '16 5:46:53 PM SLOOGOVS
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* The Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse tie-in series ''Series/TheAgentsOfSHIELD'' features the aforementioned Absorbing Man, Carl Creel. Here, he gets an intelligence upgrade, being capable of ploys like shifting his body makeup for stealth, most notably when he escapes from custody by absorbing the transparent bullet-proof plastic of his cell, making him effectively invisible, and allowing him to jump a guard who foolishly looks inside to see how he escaped.

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* The Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse tie-in series ''Series/TheAgentsOfSHIELD'' ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' features the aforementioned Absorbing Man, Carl Creel. Here, he gets an intelligence upgrade, being capable of ploys like shifting his body makeup for stealth, most notably when he escapes from custody by absorbing the transparent bullet-proof plastic of his cell, making him effectively invisible, and allowing him to jump a guard who foolishly looks inside to see how he escaped.
16th Aug '16 2:58:59 PM Morgenthaler
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* In ''KameoElementsOfPower'', several of Kameo's elemental warrior forms fall under this trope, most notably Rubble (a pile of sentient magnetic rocks) and 40 Below (an ice-man).
* In ''SuperMarioBros. 3'' and ''SuperMario3DLand'' Mario could turn into a statue with the Tanooki suit. It turned him invincible, and he could kill nearly anything by falling on it.

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* In ''KameoElementsOfPower'', ''VideoGame/KameoElementsOfPower'', several of Kameo's elemental warrior forms fall under this trope, most notably Rubble (a pile of sentient magnetic rocks) and 40 Below (an ice-man).
* In ''SuperMarioBros. ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros. 3'' and ''SuperMario3DLand'' ''VideoGame/SuperMario3DLand'' Mario could turn into a statue with the Tanooki suit. It turned him invincible, and he could kill nearly anything by falling on it.
10th Aug '16 11:39:54 AM PlatFleece
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* Swim Swim from ''LightNovel/MagicalGirlRaisingProject'' has the ability to turn into liquid form.
6th Aug '16 10:03:13 AM nombretomado
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* The DCUniverse character {{Comicbook/Metamorpho}} [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Element Man]] can transform into [[AllYourPowersCombined all]] chemical elements, including the ones that make up air, water and dirt. He can't directly turn into fire, but he can shift into a highly flammable element.

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* The DCUniverse Franchise/DCUniverse character {{Comicbook/Metamorpho}} [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Element Man]] can transform into [[AllYourPowersCombined all]] chemical elements, including the ones that make up air, water and dirt. He can't directly turn into fire, but he can shift into a highly flammable element.
8th Jun '16 3:42:25 PM Tyrantosaurus
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** Both Mystogan and Laxus can transform themselves into mist and lightning, respectively, using it as a way to nullify harm to themselves as well as traveling purposes.
15th May '16 9:23:27 PM nombretomado
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* The MarvelCinematicUniverse tie-in series ''Series/TheAgentsOfSHIELD'' features the aforementioned Absorbing Man, Carl Creel. Here, he gets an intelligence upgrade, being capable of ploys like shifting his body makeup for stealth, most notably when he escapes from custody by absorbing the transparent bullet-proof plastic of his cell, making him effectively invisible, and allowing him to jump a guard who foolishly looks inside to see how he escaped.

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* The MarvelCinematicUniverse Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse tie-in series ''Series/TheAgentsOfSHIELD'' features the aforementioned Absorbing Man, Carl Creel. Here, he gets an intelligence upgrade, being capable of ploys like shifting his body makeup for stealth, most notably when he escapes from custody by absorbing the transparent bullet-proof plastic of his cell, making him effectively invisible, and allowing him to jump a guard who foolishly looks inside to see how he escaped.
14th Mar '16 8:01:19 AM DesertDragon
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* The MarvelUniverse villain Carl, "Crusher" Creel, also known as the Absorbing Man, is a variant; he usually can't directly shapeshift, but he ''can'' change his makeup into other materials by touching them -- for example, touch stone and he can become a man of living stone. Fortunately, he's usually A: DumbMuscle, and B: going up against foes with SuperStrength.
22nd Jan '16 10:30:57 AM VerMa
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* On various occasions, WesternAnimation/{{Captain Planet|AndThePlaneteers}} has been seen transforming into water, a flame, and a ''tree''.
23rd Dec '15 12:57:54 PM AilavynSiniyash
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* The Earth-Masters [[spoiler:and Morgon]] in Literature/TheRiddleMasterTrilogy.
16th Dec '15 9:03:10 PM WanderingBrowser
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* {{Comicbook/Metamorpho}} [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Element Man]] can transform into [[AllYourPowersCombined all]] chemical elements, including the ones that make up air, water and dirt. He can't directly turn into fire, but he can shift into a highly flammable element.

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* The DCUniverse character {{Comicbook/Metamorpho}} [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Element Man]] can transform into [[AllYourPowersCombined all]] chemical elements, including the ones that make up air, water and dirt. He can't directly turn into fire, but he can shift into a highly flammable element.element.
* The MarvelUniverse villain Carl, "Crusher" Creel, also known as the Absorbing Man, is a variant; he usually can't directly shapeshift, but he ''can'' change his makeup into other materials by touching them -- for example, touch stone and he can become a man of living stone. Fortunately, he's usually A: DumbMuscle, and B: going up against foes with SuperStrength.



* The MarvelCinematicUniverse tie-in series ''Series/TheAgentsOfSHIELD'' features the aforementioned Absorbing Man, Carl Creel. Here, he gets an intelligence upgrade, being capable of ploys like shifting his body makeup for stealth, most notably when he escapes from custody by absorbing the transparent bullet-proof plastic of his cell, making him effectively invisible, and allowing him to jump a guard who foolishly looks inside to see how he escaped.



** Its predecessor, ''ChangelingTheDreaming'', includes the Inanimae, a race of fae born from inanimate objects, whose kiths and powers are based on the elements.

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** Its predecessor, ''ChangelingTheDreaming'', ''TabletopGame/ChangelingTheDreaming'', includes the Inanimae, a race of fae born from inanimate objects, whose kiths and powers are based on the elements.
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